3.5.11

Wabi Sabi: Stacey



Wabi- Sabi is the ancient art of finding beauty in all accepts of life including imperfections.  It is based on the elements: that nothing lasts, nothing is finished and nothing is perfect It is about finding perfection in imperfection. 



I first wrote about Wabi- Sabi here
These photographs are a glimpse into a  fellow bloggers home: 
Toys in the living room
Art work waiting to be hung
Multi-functional furniture
High chair tray
'Stuff' on the dinning room table

Stacey is the lovely lady behind Design Addict Mom.
She is a wife and mother who recently returned to work.
I can't believe she just recently moved into her lovely new home.
Be sure to stop by and read about her big news.

To check out the rest of this series and see fellow bloggers homes click here

17 comments:

Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

Stacey is so lovely and shared such great news. I love her multifunctional home!


xoxo,
Chic 'n Cheap Living

Krystal said...

i love stacey so much! and art work waiting to be hung is the story of my apartment :)

Hannah {Culture Connoisseur} said...

Wow, apparently even some people's mess still looks clean. How do they do it?!

;)

My mess looks like a mess.

Valarie said...

Such happy news to share and what a lovely home. I love this concept of Wabi-Sabi. It's a permission of sorts to just be. Thanks for your series Ren. Really enjoying it.

Mo Pie, Please said...

Stacey's home looks great! I have art waiting to be hung in practically every bedroom of our apartment. Now that we're moving, it's obviously never goign to get hung so I have moved some stuff into our spare room which has become just one giant closet.

Diana said...

Exciting news for her! Also, her house looks pretty near perfect! I love Wabi-Sabi.

Dancing Branflake said...

I love this so much. Especially the toys one. A sign of playing and fun. What's not awesome about that?

Ninjagaiden78 said...

That seems like a very busy home.

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la petite coquine said...

Love that shot of art waiting to be hung-perfect.

Phoenix said...

Love it. I think homes are meant to be lived in, not museums! What a great concept that beauty can still be where things are unfinished!

Diana Mieczan said...

Stacey is so lovely and I adore her home! Kisses and hugs, my dear

Nuit said...

wow. i totally love that concept. we can all use some of that {finding beauty in everyday random objects & places} thank you :)

Mama Gone Green said...

That wabi-sabi is like my cleanest day ever! Love that house!

Stacey said...

Hi Ren,
Just popping in to say that i loved being a part of the Wabi-sabi series:-). XX

diaswari predani said...

nice design

sweet and sugars,
Dias

heather said...

loved getting a peak into stacey's place. that high chair!!!

Pet said...

I like all this Wabi Sabi idea. Thanks again for bringing it here. I like the thinking behind, all that about the beauty of imperfect things. But I particularly have felt close to this one. The toys over the sitting room low table as part of a nearly permanent decoration, the pictures that never got to get hanged somehow, the box of paper towels over the dining table, well, they need to be handy sometimes. It could be our place right now. The feeling that all that is right, and part of beauty too. Feeling part of all that.

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